If you are a dedicated Stampin’ Up! supporter by now you will have increased your stack of DSP by grabbing the deals from last months specials.
So now you need some inspiration to use those papers. Look no further!
We offer you three cards this month using the Serene Scenery Stack together with Christmas.
Of course any papers can be substituted, as can the stamp sets. You can just use the card sketch and measurements to create your own designs.
Pop over to the Pretty Paper Patterns Page to secure your copy NOW!
With many card classes closing soon for the Christmas Break, now is a perfect time to grab this and other Tutorials that you can work with in the break.
Speaking of Christmas, just wanted to let you know that we won’t be having any PPP for December, in case you come back looking and wondering where is it? Did I miss out?
I am always contactable for any assistance, should you need it by email. You have every assurance to feel comfortable in knowing that no question is every too small to be asked.
Remember “You never know till you Know!”
This months PPP has certainly crept up fast. Do you feel that too, the years nearly gone?
Only 11 weeks left till Christmas. Gee!
One of my ladies put her Christmas order in this week, 58 cards with 42 needing pockets inside for gift cards etc. Thank goodness I have some done and with these lovely card ideas this month, using This Christmas” Speciality DSP, more will fly off the crafting table easily. Take the stress out of your day and purchase your copy to make life easier for you as well.
As always, in the Tutorial, you receive a Sketch, List of Products, Measurements (Metric & Imperial) & Instructions. Of course you can use the sketch with other DSP tool, using up your sketch and retired DSP or taking advantage of the current Stampin! Up offer – buy 3 get one set of DSP free. Check here to see more.
Don’t wait any longer, procrastination ( I am an expert) really won’t get your Christmas cards done. Hope in and purchase your PDF’s now.
High everyone! It’s that happy time of the month when we bring you your DSP hit of inspiration. That time when for $3.00 you can download step by step instructions for making 3 cards and turning that lingering DSP into an object of beauty.
Not only that but in the coming month of October Stampin’ Up! will be offering a great deal on DSP. Ssssh! More details later. Get a step ahead and have the sketch, supplies needed, instructions, and measurements all at your finger tips. You’ll then be ready for a flying start in making the best choice for buying your DSP and creating the resulting cards.
This month Vicki used the DSP Stack – Playful Palette.
All beautiful vibrant colours that will make your cards POP.
To collect yours head over here and click the paypal button.
Before I leave I just want to say a big thank you to those who have been consistently clicking on the “buy now” button and enjoying these tutorials, hopefully as much as we enjoy bringing them to you.
Enjoy your weekend! Keep stamping!
Winter is almost over here, and my birthday has come and gone, but you can still take advantage of some quick cards by purchasing this months Pretty Paper Patterns, featuring A Little Foxy DSP and make some birthday cards for your friends.
Of course you can also use the template provided and use any DSP to create your own spectacular cards. Just pop over here to purchase for $3.20(AUD) all the instructions to create 3 cards, including measurements in both metric and imperial. How good is that!
Speaking of DSP I created this little fella using the By the Shore DSP and the new stamp set from the Holiday Catalogue, Day at the Beach. (Sneak Peek )
This stamp set is a going to be a great little addition to your collection. Whether you call them thongs-Australia, jangles – New Zealand, slops – South Africa, tsinelas – Philippines, zori –Japan, and various translations of flip flops in many other countries, I am happy we have some to use.
I can see some lovely Christmas cards already, Santa on the surfboard and thongs on the beach! Tinsel in the Palm Tree and bucket and spade underneath! We have a hot Christmas here in Queensland, so this is perfect for us. Not to forget the hat, dolphin, umbrella, ice pole, and there’s more in the set. Roll on September so you can get your own.
Make sure you pop over here to get your PPP for this month.
Apologies to all those who tuned in on Friday to see what the girls from Crafty Creations have been up too.I had been having a busy weekend and lots of unexplained computer issues. Not only that but phone wouldn’t let me send my pictures either!!. All sorted now after changing passwords etc etc.
Last week we were a small class but a happy one. One thing about retired ladies they do manage to go away a fair bit -which is something we all want to do on retiring- but it does make for fluctuating classes. A feast or a famine!
They accepted the challenge of their double curtain fold with gusto along with trepidation. But once they got the cut correct and the folds happening the whole thing fell into place.
I think the versatility of this fold is great. A fantastic way to use up your DSP – Check here for more ideas on using DSP I had a fun time making all the card examples for the group, but I think this one is my favorite.
It uses the Swirly Birds Bundle and retired DSP and the Thoughtful Banners bundle. banners.
Hopefully all is going well now and I will log in later this week with another Swirly Bird variation. One you won’t have seen on Pinterest.!
“The best laid plans of mice and men often go astray!” as said by Robert Burns in his poem “To a Mouse” which brings me to an apology for not delivering this blog on Friday as promised.
Vicki and I always manage to have the Pretty Paper Patterns created and ready for you but sometimes the wide world of the web puts a problem in our way or as the saying goes a “Spanner in the works” first recorded from P. G. Wodehouse’s Right Ho, Jeeves, 1934. My spanner was big but all good now.
This month the papers are from the new In Colors 2016-2018 Papers and the Envelope liners 2016-2018 in Colors. I have teamed them with the very cute Lots of Love Hostess set. That can be yours when you spend $250 in my store or host a workshop with combined sales to that value.
When purchasing the Pretty Paper Patterns you receive a sketch, full instructions to 3 cards, all items used with ordering codes, and measurements in both metric and inches. All for the tiny price of $3.80.
How good is that!!
The sketch and ideas are very convertible to any DSP or image you have. Just swap the images for a flower or boat and you are done.
OK I’ve managed my bit now pop over here and do your bit!
A while ago I watched a Stage Presentation on the new Designer Series papers called Serene Scenery, a 6X6 paper Pack and fell in love.
If all I had seen was the display in the catalogue I would probably have passed them bye but am SO glad I purchased them. In real life they are just beautiful. Now because I love the images so much I was in danger of a case of the DSP Hoarding Bug hitting me so have taken matters into hand.
It’s so easy to create a delightful super quick card. The paper, one stamp set, Wetlands and done and what’s more it looks super. Even if I do say so myself!
It looks like I spent ages creating the background with numerous inks!
That’s what’s great about DSP. With a little imagination your card can be super too!
That’s why we bring you Pretty Paper Patterns each month.
An perfect opportunity to beat the DSP Hoarding Bug from attacking you and using up your lovely papers. We supply the imagination and a card sketch as well. This Saturday is the release of our July Tutorial for the Pretty Paper Patterns so be sure to pop back and grab your copy.
Get a head start and grab last months today.
Take Care Naomi.
By now most people are enjoying the new Stampin’ Up! Catalogue. I hope you have your copy!
One of the many things I love are all the new DSP papers. For those who are familiar with my humble blog you will have noticed a bit of Pop of Pink splattered here and there and today’s card is no exception.
I created this little cutie a while ago but wanted to share it with you as it features an Elephant and a Mouse which is from Love You lots Stamp Set. He is one of the set that you can choose as an exclusive hostess only gift when you host a party or workshop. I think they are rather cute and the papers just make him shine.
To see more of what can be done using DSP head over here to the Pretty Paper Patterns Page.
Thanks for stopping bye and remember you can obtain a catalogue from me, by phone or email or pop over to my shop.
Or better still host a Stampin’ Up ! Party and get this great little stamp set for yourself and a FREE catalogue.
Details are on the Web.
Today’s Pretty Paper Patterns Tutorial is one that’s sure to please everyone. Mostly because it is so easy to switch out the papers we used to ones in the new catalogue.. If you want something COOL and Eclectic then choose Floral Boutique DSP, if you like something BOLD that will POP then choose Pop of Pink DSP, perhaps you are more the Nature type then choose Serene Scenery DSP.
Do you have some small pieces of a favorite DSP that you are keeping for that special card? Well that card will be here! Your papers will fit in beautifully. We have used the Go Wild Paper Stack which is now retired but you may have some pieces still.
No matter what DSP you choose I guarantee that you can make these cards with it.
Remember there are 4 cards and a sketch, all measurements in both centimeters and inches are provided, together with instructions on creating the cards and a list of supplies needed.
Pop over here to grab your tutorial now.
Click on the images below to purchase these papers along with your tutorial from my store. Happy Shopping
We have had a very long session last week at Crafty Creations and the ladies didn’t manage to finish their bags. Fortunately yesterday they did.
(Unfortunately my USB port has decided to crash so no Crafty Creation Images)
It’s always a challenge trying something new and these bags were made entirely by the participants. From cutting, scoring ,glueing and decorating. I think they have all done marvelously.
These two images show the basic bag with pocket on outside for stamps and the inside with Cards, Envelopes and a pen holder.
Using the same instructions I made this little number, with a variation in the handle and the pen holder.
Filled Card holder with Pretty Paper patterns Cards.
Card holder Bag
They are fun to make and are great gifts. How about a Christmas card set, or a First baby with a set of cute Thank you cards? The cards filling this bag are the cards I created for our Pretty paper Patterns Sketch#2
In this second bag I have used Whisper White thick CS as the base with Pop of Pink DSP and Botanical Builder Framelit Die set for the flowers. The handle is 3 rows of Melon Mambo thick twine plaited and knotted through the eyelet holes.
For free tutorial click here.